INDOOR PREMIER NETBALL INTERCLUB Nail-biter in final minutes
quarter to win the game 54-53. For Rangers changes made a halftime with Chanay Peri at wing attack and Keeley Portegys on at goal attack saw them dominate on attack including some excellent feeds into Tayla Crawford at goal shoot.
The team built on this in a comprehensive fourth quarter where they converted a lot of turnover ball.
For Diocesan Open A, Mackenzie Foster at goal keep was outstanding and she hunted a lot of ball and the shooters put this to good use shooting with consistent accuracy.
St Peter’s Cambridge Open A also had an outstanding performance up against the top ranked and unbeaten Uni Premier side.
St Peter’s started well to only be behind by three goals at the end of the first quarter, and eight goals at halftime with the score 32 goals to 24. Uni made some changes and dominated the second half to take the win 67 goals to 40.
This has to be the best performance by a team against the Uni so the St Peter’s players can be very proud of their competitiveness against such an experienced team.
For Uni Premier Rachel Fabling moving from goal defence to goal keep and Hannah Munn moving to goal defence in the second half proved effective with both getting a lot of turnover ball. For St Peter’s the defensive unit of Georgie Edgecombe at goal keep and Waiata Jennings at goal defence were outstanding and picked up a lot of ball. Kaycee Smith at wing attack gave it her all.
Ngawai Eyles at WA for Uni with Kaycee Smith at WA for St Peter’s in background.